Go away, Aero Shake!

It was cool the first time I did it, but since I accidentally trigger this frequently (because I use a trackball and not a mouse), it's not so cool. I was pleased to learn that you can disable Aero Shake. I learned about this on the How-To Geek site, where he has downloadable .REG files that will disable/enable Aero Shake, but here's what you need to do in a nutshell. Navigate to…

HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwarePoliciesMicrosoftWindowsExplorer

…and set…

NoWindowMinimizingShortcuts = 1

Create the key if it doesn't exist.

Reboot.

Ahhhhh…now I can shake until the cows come home.

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